Law and capitalism: what corporate crises reveal about legal systems and economic development around the worldAuthor: Milhaupt, Curtis J. ; Pistor, KatharinaPublisher: University of Chicago Press, 2010.Language: EnglishDescription: 269 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780226525280Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Law and Capitalism What Corporate Crises Reveal about Legal Systems and Economic Development around the World Contents Preface / ix Introduction / 1 PART I: FROM WEBER TO THE WORLD BANK, AND BEYOND ONE / The Prevailing View: Impact, Assumptions, and Problems / 17 the Relation between Legal and Economic Development /27 TWO / Rethinking PART II: INSTITUTIONAL AUTOPSIES THREE / The Enron Scandal: Legal Reform and Investor Protection in the United States / 47 FOUR / The FIVE / The Mannesmann Executive Compensation Trial in Germany / 69 Livedoor Bid and Hostile Takeovers in Japan: Postwar Law and Capitalism at the Crossroads / 87 SIX / Law, Growth, and Reform in Korea: The SK Episode / 109 China Aviation Oil Episode: Law and Development in China and Singapore / 125 Yukos: Law and Control over Natural Resources in the Russian Economy / 149 SEVEN / The EIGHT "Renationalizing" PART III: IMPLICATIONS AND EXTENSIONS NINE Understanding TEN / Legal Legal Systems / 173 Change / 197 ELEVEN Conclusion/219 Notes / 225 References / 249 Index / 263
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